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1963 Bentley S3 Continental Fixed Head Coupé by HJ Mulliner Park Ward

1963 Bentley S3 Continental in Space Girls in Beverly Hills, Movie, 2009 IMDB

Class: Cars, Coupé — Model origin: UK — Made for: USA

1963 Bentley S3 Continental Fixed Head Coupé by HJ Mulliner Park Ward

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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Jale PL

2017-08-18 14:14

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Gamer DE

2017-08-18 14:28

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Bentley S3.

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Casper Friedrich FI

2017-08-18 14:31

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1963 Bentley Continental S3 Park Ward "Chinese Eyes"

GodzillaFan54 CA

2017-08-18 17:03

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Well that's one ugly Bentley.

johnfromstaffs EN

2017-08-18 17:15

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http://www.carandclassic.co.uk/car/C490178

cl82 DE

2017-08-18 22:28

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This type of car was designed by no one lesser than JfS during his all too brief stint at HJ Mulliner Park Ward...

robgeelen2 NL

2017-08-22 09:49

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Beauty is a matter of taste, and colour also plays a role in its appreciation. This design was realised as a Convertible with single headlamps by Park Ward with the assistance of Vilhelm Koren, an Norwegian industrial designer. He wasn't involved in the adaption two double headlamps, or in the adaption of the design to the Two Door Saloon shown, which was an in house job at Mulliner, Park Ward.

Reg1992 US

2017-08-22 09:52

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I like it! Cutest Bentley I've ever seen :D

johnfromstaffs EN

2017-08-22 10:57

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cl82 wrote This type of car was designed by no one lesser than JfS during his all too brief stint at HJ Mulliner Park Ward...



I keep saying I worked for Cottin et Desgouttes, or was it Secqueville-Hoyau?

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